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Delaware Nature SocietyDelaware Nature Society works to improve the environment through conservation, advocacy, and education. We are state affiliate for the National Wildlife Federation and are renowned for our educational programming and advocacy which provides the tools for communities to take action and protect the environment through land preservation and watershed stewardship. Contact: Joe Sebastiani
Delaware State ForestsThe Delaware State Forest Service manages three state forests totaling more than 20,000 acres; Blackbird Forest near Smyrna, Taber Forest near Harrington, and Redden Forest near Georgetown. The forests are managed for a variety of objectives including: timber production, wildlife habitat enhancement, forest management demonstration, and recreational opportunities.
Delaware State ParksThe Division of Parks and Recreation operates and maintains 17 state parks and related preserves and greenways throughout Delaware. The state's land protection programs are also administered by the Division. The Division is additionally responsible for providing recreational opportunities and educational and interpretive programs for the public. Our mission is to provide Delaware's residents and visitors with safe and enjoyable recreational opportunities and open spaces, responsible stewardship of the lands and the cultural and natural resources that we have been entrusted to protect and manage, and resource-based interpretive and educational services.
Fair Hill Natural Resources Management AreaFair Hill is a 5,656 acre Natural Resources Management Area, where multiple management practices are employed for the maximum use and protection of Maryland's natural resources. Bordered by Pennsylvania to the north and less than one half mile west of Delaware, Fair Hill is known for its pristine fields, woodlands and natural beauty. Contact: Sarah Chambers ()
Friends of Bellevue State ParkContact: Wilma Yu
Friends of Brandywine Creek State ParkContact: David Sheppard
Friends of Lum's Pond State ParkContact: Clara Robbs
Friends of Ridley Creek State ParkContact: Jack Miller
Friends of White Clay Creek State ParkThe Friends of White Clay Creek State Park is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization run entirely by volunteers. Our mission is the protection and preservation of the park and surrounding creek valley through needs assessment, enhancement projects, public relations, and education. Contact: David Koppeser
Friends of White Clay Creek State PreserveA volunteer community service organization committed to supporting Pennsylvania’s White Clay Creek Preserve through improvement and maintenance projects, educational programs, and fundraising efforts. Friends of White Clay Creek Preserve (PA) was chartered by a group of concerned citizens to support the Pennsylvania portion of the White Clay Creek Preserve and Park system in March 2012. It is a local chapter of the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping all of Pennsylvania’s state parks, forests and preserves. Contact: Scotty Crowder
Friends of Wilmington State Parks
(302) 656-3665
Contact: Brenda Good
Hagley MuseumLocated on 235 acres along the banks of the Brandywine in Wilmington, Delaware, Hagley is the site of the gunpowder works founded by E. I. du Pont in 1802. This example of early American industry includes restored mills, a workers' community, and the ancestral home and gardens of the DuPont family. Contact: Vanessa Spence
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